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What is the problem seen in Buddha Air? Discussion in sub-committee meeting

Kathmandu: The Civil Aviation Problems and Solutions Sub-Committee has discussed the technical problems seen in airplanes. 

A meeting of the sub-committee held at Singha Durbar on Friday discussed about the recent technical problems in the aircraft. During the discussion, Buddhisagar Lamichhane, Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, said that the problem seen in Buddha Air a few days ago was flawed.

He said that the incident at Buddha Air was being investigated. Joint Secretary Lamichhane argued that it was natural to see some problems sometimes as the aircraft was powered by a machine.

Deputy Secretary Lamichhane said, "What happened to Asti Buddha Air, we are all in the stage of investigation now. There is a possibility of accidents when there is machinery, how many incidents are not even known to the regulator, how many things are only faced by the pilot and the same is solved, how many come to the operator, there is a solution from there, small incidents are called errors.

During the discussion, Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, Raj Kumar Chhetri, said that the authority has not shown any weakness in its area. He said that he would gladly accept any good suggestion for the benefit of the Civil Aviation Authority.

Similarly, Raju Shrestha, an aide of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, said that nothing could be said about Buddha Air as it was being investigated. He said that the parts of each ship and the age of landing would be specified at the time of purchase of the ship.

Govinda Poudyal, operations manager of Yati Airlines Pvt. "Sometimes such incidents happen even after all the tests have been done," he said.

Sudhir Mittal, chairman of Shree Airlines Pvt. "It's always a big problem to come, but sometimes it's not a big problem," he said. He said that for the first time in the history of 15 years, there was a problem of wheels not coming out.

Chairman Mittal said that even looking at the international level, new ship accidents and problems have been coming up for the last five years. Stating that there is a problem in shutting down the engine of the Ethri 20 Neo, which is the most frequent flight in history, Chairman Mittal said that the problem will continue if there are more flights than specified by the regulatory body.

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